We’re looking for some fresh “header” photos. Those are the photos that appear randomly at the top of each page of wickenburg-az.com.
To be considered, photos must meet the following criteria:
Size: 741 pixel wide x 166 pixels tall File Format: JPG preferred Subject matter: Anything Wickenburg-related. Please, no people. Layout: The top right corner of the photo must have a relatively plain, light-colored background. This is so text that appears over it can be clearly read.
Accepted photos will be placed in the header image rotation with the photographer’s name in the photo credit (if desired).
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Brett Gerasim at the Old Livery Mercantile on North Tegner has been working on an interactive map of Wickenburg’s downtown businesses. He was kind enough to send me a link to the resulting page: http://www.oldlivery.com/wickenburgmap.htm.
The map is pretty simple and works with the Google Map API. It clearly shows the locations — including addresses — for some popular holiday shopping spots. I’ll be putting a link to this map in
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At 3:00 PM today, the Town of Wickenburg held a “Special” meeting of the common council to discuss the recent Council elections and Hermosa Ranch project.
At the meeting, it was stated that the Mayor had a conflict with the Hermosa Ranch developer. Those in attendance were apparently supposed to believe that the Mayor knew nothing about this conflict until last week. The conflict was not explained.
So the mayor walked to the back of the room while the remaining council members rescinded the ordinance that approved Hermosa Ranch and then voted, one-by-one, to approve it again.
It was a …
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In 2007 The Wickenburg Art Club celebrates its 43rd year. We were organized formally on November 23, 1964. Our long association with February’s Gold Rush Days actually began before the Club was formed when Chuck Brown was asked to chair an art show for the 1961 event. That first show was held in the parking lot next to what is now Ben’s Saddlery on Tegner Street. In 1964 the Gold Rush Art Show was held on the American Legion lawn where one hundred paintings were exhibited. It moved to its present location in and around the Wickenburg Library in 1971 …
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Whachyu tawkin bout Willis? could almost caption the photo below. Remember that famous line from the late 70’s TV program Different Strokes?
Actually, my usual weekend arrival in Wickenburg today included a pleasant surprise. A herd of deer with several fawn, were right on the carport. I watched at least 10-15, guardedly and delicately escaping my perceived threat, through camouflaged desert landscape. With similarly delicate movement exiting the car, I grabbed my camera and took some snapshots.